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Item #J072

Vol. 7, No. 2: Summer 1997

 

Features: Feng Shui: The Big Picture by Jenny Liu; Mathematics of Qi by Michael J. Coplon; The (In)visible Light in Times Square by Mark J. Petracca; Chen Style Taijiquan at the Veterans Affairs Hospital by Jose M. Figueroa; Chinese Medicinal Desserts: Proof That Good Medicine Doesn't Have To Taste Bad! by Rachel Albert-Matesz.

 



Item #J073

Vol. 7, No. 3: Autumn 1997

 

Features: Yijing: The Book of Zhou by Dwight Edwards; Back to the Future: Wang Hui-Juin & Search Center by Peter Uhlmann; Chi-Therapy by John and Robin Mastro; An Inteview with Bob Flaws: TCM, Holistic Medicine Par Excellent by Michele Caldwell; Yang Style Taijiquan and the Taiji Diagram by Dr. Mei Ying Sheng, edited by Ted W. Knecht.

 



Item #J074

Vol. 7, No. 4: Winter 97-98

 

Features: From Mystery to Science: Revealing the Real Powers of Qigong, interview of Master Tianyou Hao by Cathy Patchen; Qigong Power: "Feel it...Capture it...Use it" by Wen Mei Yu and Deborah K. Anderson; Listening to our Body's Messages by Yu-Cheng Huang; In Praise of Poultry: The Qi of Chicken by Rachel Albert-Matesz.

 



Item #J081

Vol. 8, No. 1: Spring 1998

 

Features: A Report From The Pacific Symposium by Charles Yarborough; Why Are Most Published Works On Qigong So Poor? by Kenneth Cohen, MA; The Water Element: It's Not What It Used To Be by Rachel Albert-Matesz; Qigong Primer by Terence Pang-Yen Dunn; Second World Congress on Qigong (a report).

 



Item #J082

Vol. 8, No. 2: Summer 1998

 

Features: Xingyiquan's Five Elements: Harmonizing Creation and Destruction by Gerald A. Sharp; Qigong Theory and Practice by Deborah Woo; The Effects of Qigong on Hypertension by Tzu Kuo Shih, Paul Zuker, and Nancy Ohrenstein; Acupuncture & Emotion by Charles Yarborough.

 


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